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Kriti Sanon lends support to a cause by her ex-principal of school

Kriti Sanon

The gorgeous actress Kriti Sanon took some time off and visited Delhi to become the Guest of Honour for her ex-principal of School, Dr. Shyama Chona’s initiative. Dr. Chona looks after Tamana school of hope for kids suffering from autism. She had organised the annual charity fashion walk by Tamana kids and Kriti became the showstopper for the show. FDCI and popular fashion designers too lent their support to the cause. Dr. Chona was sure about the fact that Kriti’s presence will help their cause reach a wider audience. So, the money collected by the show was used for the autistic kids of Tamana school of hope.

Kriti shared her experience by saying, “I have seen the amazing work that Tamana Foundation has been doing since I was in school and I also wanted to be a part of the cause. I’m glad that I got the opportunity to contribute my little bit. Mrs. Shyama Chona was my principal, Abha Chona ma’am has been my class teacher and I had met Tamana many times during my school days, so it felt like coming home.” (Also Read: Kriti Sanon’s vacation pictures will make you fall in love with Spain)

On the work front, Kriti was last seen in ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ which also starred Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao. She played the role of a girl-next-door for the first time. Reportedly, the actress will next be seen in a movie titled ‘Farzi’ directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK. There has been no official confirmation on the same. Let’s wait to know more.


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